Bob,You have probably already deleted the email, but if not, then forward it to the IRS. http://www.irs.gov/privacy/article/0,,id=179820,00.html?port..."How to report phishing, e-mail scams and bogus IRS Web sitesIf you receive an e-mail or find a Web site you think is pretending to be the IRS,Forward the e-mail or Web site URL to the IRS at firstname.lastname@example.org.You can forward the message as received or provide the Internet header of the e-mail. The Internet header has additional information to help us locate the sender.After you forward the e-mail or header information to us, delete the message."I had never heard of providing the Internet header; good to know.Sue
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